Concentration Percentage definition

Concentration Percentage means (i) for any Group A Obligor, 10.00%, (ii) for any Group B Obligor, 8.00%, (iii) for any Group C Obligor, 6.00% and (iv) for any Group D Obligor, 4.00%.
Concentration Percentage means: for each Obligor (other than a Local Government Obligor or Federal Government Obligor) and its Affiliated Obligors, the applicable percentage determined by reference to the following table with long-term ratings in parentheses: RATING OF OBLIGOR PERCENTAGE A-1 by Standard & Poor’s/P-1 by Moody’s (A by Standard & Poor’s/A2 by Moody’s) or above 10.00 % A-2 by Standard & Poor’s/P-2 by Moody’s (BBB+ to A- by Standard & Poor’s/Baa1 to A3 by Moody’s) 5.00 % A-3 by Standard & Poor’s/P-3 by Moody’s (BBB- to BBB by Standard & Poor’s/Baa3 to Baa2 by Xxxxx’x) 3.33 % Non-investment grade/Unrated (BB+ by Standard & Poor’s/Ba1 by Xxxxx’x or lower and non-investment grade/Unrated) 2.00 % provided, that for purposes of this definition (i) the long-term and short-term rating of a parent company shall be imputed to an Obligor and its Affiliated Obligors to the extent any such Obligor or its Affiliated Obligors does not have a long-term and/or short-term rating unless the parent company does not support or guarantee, or the Administrator reasonably believes the parent company does not support or guarantee and has tangible evidence supporting such belief, the obligations of such Obligor and/or its Affiliated Obligors, (ii) if an Obligor has both short-term and long-term ratings, then short-term ratings shall be used in preference to the long-term rating, (iii) subject to the foregoing, if any Obligor has more than one such long-term rating or more than one such short-term rating, the lowest such rating shall apply, (iv) if only one rating is available, the next lower rating category will be used to determine the applicable percentage, and (v) subject to the foregoing, if any Obligor and its Affiliated Obligors have different ratings (and fall into different “Percentage” categories in the above table), then the Concentration Percentage for that group of Obligors shall be determined to be the lower of their respective “Percentages”.
Concentration Percentage means, with respect to an Obligor as of any date of determination, the General Concentration Percentage or, if applicable, the Special Concentration Percentage for such Obligor at such date of determination.

Examples of Concentration Percentage in a sentence

  • After giving effect to the transfer of Engines on any Transfer Date, the One Year Lease Expiry Concentration Percentage for Eligible Engines (relating to Existing and Possible Loans) on such Transfer Date shall not exceed the Target One Year Lease Expiry Concentration Percentage.

  • After giving effect to the transfer of Engines on any Transfer Date, the Two Year Lease Expiry Concentration Percentage for Eligible Engines (relating to Existing and Possible Loans) on such Transfer Date shall not exceed the Target Two Year Lease Expiry Concentration Percentage.

  • Prepayment will be made by the Bank up to the Prepayment Percentage (if not zero) less the Bank's Service Charge, but subject to the FIU Limit and the Concentration Percentage not being exceeded, and conditional upon compliance in all other respects with the terms of the Agreement.

  • ANNEX Y SCHEDULE OF DOCUMENTS Attached ANNEX Z SPECIAL CONCENTRATION PERCENTAGES OBLIGOR PERCENTAGE Obligor Special Concentration Percentage Graybar Electric Company 8.0% X.

  • For purposes of the Indenture and this Supplement, the Series 2020-1 Excess Concentration Percentage is the “Excess Concentration Percentage” for Series 2020-1.


More Definitions of Concentration Percentage

Concentration Percentage means, (i) for any Group A Obligor, 20%, (ii) for any Group B Obligor, 16%, (iii) for any Group C Obligor, 10% and (iv) for any Group D Obligor, 6%; provided, however, that the Administrative Agent (with the prior written consent of each Lender) may approve higher “Concentration Percentages” for selected Obligors.
Concentration Percentage means (i) for any Group A Obligor that is not a Special Obligor, 10.00%, (ii) for any Group B Obligor that is not a Special Obligor, 10.00%, (iii) for any Group C Obligor that is not a Special Obligor, 5.00%, (iv) for any Group D Obligor that is not a Special Obligor, 2.50%, and (v) for any Special Obligor, such Special Obligor’s Special Concentration Percentage.
Concentration Percentage for any Obligor means at any time 2%; provided that in the case of an Obligor with any Affiliated Obligor, the Concentration Percentage shall be calculated, to the extent practicable, as if such Obligor and such Affiliated Obligor are one Obligor.
Concentration Percentage means: (a) for any Group A Obligor, 16%, (b) for any Group B Obligor, 16%, (c) for any Group C Obligor, 8% and (d) for any Group D Obligor, 4%.
Concentration Percentage means (a) (i) for any Group A Obligor, 10.00%, (ii) for any Group B Obligor, 10.00%, (iii) for any Group C Obligor, 6.00% and (iv) for any Group D Obligor, 4.00%.
Concentration Percentage means, as of any date of determination, for the Obligors compromising each Class of Obligor in the table below, on an individual basis, a percentage not to exceed the corresponding “Individual Obligor Percentage”, subject to adjustment for any Special Obligors as approved by the Administrative Agent with the consent of the Requisite Lenders. Class of Obligor Individual Obligor Percentage Class A 20.00% Class B 15.00% Class C 10.00% Class D 5.00%
Concentration Percentage for any Obligor of any Receivable at any time means the greater of (a) the Special Concentration Percentage, if any, for such Obligor and (b) 4.00%.